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Touching place

Church of SS Peter & Paul, Salle The tall, slender 15th c. tower of Salle church can be seen for miles across deepest Norfolk; it serves a tiny village and stands across the road from the cricket ground. The nave [...]

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FiF Update

Stand up for Jesus – When and Where? All members of Forward in Faith are warmly invited by the Master and members of SSC – the Society of the Holy Cross – to join them in the Royal Albert Hall [...]

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Media Watch

A sniper's charter: George Austin on vulnerable vicars So the Synod has decided to shoot itself in the foot by abolishing the parson’s freehold and replacing it with a new system of common tenure. According to press reports, all clergy [...]

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Flying for Life in Sumatra

The Tsunami angels of mercy For nearly sixty years, Mission Aviation Fellowship has been speeding physical and spiritual hope to many of the world’s most isolated and suffering people. Today, MAF is a worldwide multinational team operating over 130 light [...]

2017-09-25T15:09:51+00:00March 2005 Articles|

Book Reviews

Old fashioned men and modern women Tractarians and the ‘Condition of England’ Simon Skinner OUP, 350pp, hbk 0 19 927323 5, 2004, £55 This fine monograph reminds us that from the beginning there was another side to the Oxford Movement [...]

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Letter from Australia

Murray crosses Rubicon On 16th February 2005 the Revd David Robarts OAM, National Chairman of Forward in Faith Australia issued this Statement to the Members of FiF Australia: Dear Member, As many of you will know, Father David Moyer, the [...]

2017-09-25T15:08:46+00:00March 2005 Articles|

Letter from America

Michael Heidt asks: more bishops less unity? America may not have the kind of Catholic Movement that England does, but it does have some fine catholic parishes: Advent, Boston, St. Paul’s, K Street, Washington D.C., Mount Calvary, Baltimore, S. Clement’s, [...]

2017-09-25T15:08:17+00:00March 2005 Articles|

Synod Insider

Gerry O'Brien on an elusive commodity General Synod turned out to be quite a gruelling three and a half days. If you are facing a long journey home, you don’t want to find yourself in Church House still voting on [...]

2017-09-25T15:07:46+00:00March 2005 Articles|

The Way We Live Now

Vegans, viragos and other vagaries There are, as everyone will have observed, different kinds of vegetarians. At one end of the spectrum are the stiff and doctrinaire – those for whom the consumption of another sentient being gives moral offence. [...]

2017-09-25T15:07:18+00:00March 2005 Articles|

Thirty Days

FREE TO LEAVE Last year was another bad year for ECUSA which, under the slippery leadership of Frank Tracey Griswold, resembles less a church than a suicide cult. Hot on the high heels of the Gene Robinson affair the most [...]

2017-09-25T15:06:41+00:00March 2005 Articles|
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